Medical cannabis patients must obtain a separate license to cultivate cannabis plants at home. Once the license is obtained, patients are eligible to grow six flowering and six non-flowering plants at one time.
Two patients may share a cultivation space and grow 12 flowering and 12 non-flowering plants. Alternately, primary caregivers can cultivate up to 18 flowering and 18 non-flowering plants if they are caregivers for three patients. Therefore, the maximum amount of cannabis that can be grown in a single growing space is 24 flowering and 24 non-flowering plants.
All cultivation spaces must be enclosed, locked, and have appropriate security measures. Each plant must be labeled with the patient’s name, and the facility must display a “cultivation authorization” for each person growing cannabis.